Professor Mick Healey

Developing independent and autonomous learning; and developing an inclusive curriculum for all our students

Presented by Professor Mick Healey

Supported by Centre for Learning Innovation and Professional Practice (CLIPP)

Professor Mick Healey BA PhD NTF PFHEA is a HE Consultant and Researcher, Emeritus Professor at the University of Gloucestershire, UK and an adjunct Professor at Macquarie University, Australia. He is an experienced presenter and has given around 500 educational workshops, seminars and conference presentations. Professor Healey has written and edited around 150 papers, chapters, books and guides on various aspects of teaching and learning in HE and is often asked to act as an advisor to projects, universities and national governments on aspects of teaching and learning in HE.

Topics covered and activities include:

  • Independent study
  • Independent learning
  • Autonomous learner
  • Developing an inclusive curriculum for all our students
  • Introduction of protected characteristics
  • Developing an inclusive curriculum
  • Inclusive assessment
  • Principles of inclusive and engaging learning and teaching
  • Finding common ground: enhancing interaction between domestic and international students
  • The interaction for learning framework
  • Core principles of the framework
  • Setting clear expectations regarding peer interaction
  • Incorporating a session dedicated to peer learning

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